1 Dodd-Frank Act and Manufactured Housing July 2011 Manufactured Housing Institute The Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 (or "Dodd-Frank") is approximately 2,200 pages long and affects all financial service products, including manufactured home loans.
WISCONSIN MANUFACTURED HOME CERTIFICATE OF TITLE APPLICATION http://dsps.wi.gov/sb/SB-DivForms.html#manfhome Buyer/Owner Legal Name – Last First Middle Initial (Area Code) Phone Number Is the home placed on land owned
PREFACE Introduction The Virginia Manufactured Home Safety Regulations (MHSR) are state regulations promulgated by the Virginia Board of Housing and Community Development for the purpose of enforcement of the Federal Manufactured Home program in Virginia.
Manufactured Home Dealer Program The Manufactured Home Dealer Program oversees three functions relating to manufactured home sales in Wisconsin: 1) Licensing of new manufactured home dealers and renewing current licensed dealers; 2)
Dealer-Contractor Name Address City STZipPhone APPROVED DEALER-CONTRACTORS FOR MANUFACTURED HOMES USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT ~ WISCONSIN (as of 9-3-09) ...
MOBILE VS MODULAR HOMES DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE? rom time to time, the State of Maine Manufactured Housing Board receives questions regarding the listing and selling of used double-wide and modular homes.
RURAL DEVELOPMENT - MANUFACTURED HOUSING FACT SHEET Fact Sheet to assist Applicants & Prospective Packagers in preparing a satisfactory Loan Application Package.
APRIL 1998 PUBLICATION 1225 A Reprint from Tierra Grande , the Real Estate Center Journal AFFORDABLE HOUSING Manufactured Homes: More Attractive Than Ever By Jack C. Harris and Jeff Carroll I magine producing new housing for less than $30 per square foot (about half the going rate for new homes).
Homeowner Trends according to the 2008 foremost market facts report, manufactured home owners are becoming more technologically advanced.
Unfilled orders for manufactured durable goods in December, up twenty of the last twenty one months, increased $13.1 billion or 1.5 percent to $912.3 billion.